Rick Mustaine (screenplay)
Dave Mustaine (daemoniac riffs)
Genre: Horror / Mystery / Thriller / Chiller (more)
Tagline: One in the hand is worth two in the grave...
Plot Summary: Two detectives and a criminal profiling doctor pursue a deranged serial killer who tricks women into entering a contest for their very survival. Using ingenious tricks and traps, the masked killer Rubik forces beautiful women in their underwear to do terrible mutilations and diabolical acts upon themselves just to survive. Think you could survive? Could you eat a whole corpse just to get a (more) (view trailer)
Plot Keywords: Forced Self Breast-Drilling / Tricked Women / Traps / Breast Traps & Tricks (more)
User Comments: There are a lot of memorable scenes in Slew, but the one everyone will be talking about is the diving bell trap. Burning to death underwater because a hot girl can't force herself to cut her eyes out and pour acid into her eye sockets has got to be one of the most erotic (more)
User Rating: 7.6 / 10 (9,404 votes)
Cast overview, first billed only:
Peyton Manning ... Doctor Francis Adelaide
John Jonwrey ... Detective Hullis Wullson
Harvey Keitel ... Detective Frank Cornbow
Clarissa Meadows ... Lisa Adelaide
Vincent D'onofrio ... Rubik
Also Known As:
Knickers and Gobsplitters (UK)
Teensu Girlhurt (Jpn)
Madchen in Gefahraumouchhurtengezeiten (Ger)
7 Warm 8 Lowly (Xej)
By Odin's Thrust! (Val)
Runtime: 94 min (106 min Saudi Arabian cut)
Language: Primordial Screams and Grunts
Color: Dark Blue
Aspect Ratio: Swooping Hawk
Sound Mix: Danny Fframptfon's Wails N' Chains & Stock Industrial Music
MOVIEmeter: 6.8% of the audience achieved an erection during the torture scenes why?
Certification: UK: Lord Finnowsby's Worry / Japan: Covered Breast Violence / Slew II: Slew IV: The Slew Beginning / Slew III: Ages 9 and up / Valhalla: I am coming! / USA: G / Xerenej: Dun Coda, Shivering
AMDB Memorable Quotes:
Rubik: [as the puppet in the video] Good morning, Jenny. You're probably wondering where you are and why you're here. Give up? You're here to play a little game with me! It's called see if Jenny can survive. The where? You're in a room suspended 150 feet in the air by a single cord. In 60 seconds that cord will be cut. The only way to stop it from being cut is to put your breast in between the cord and the blade. Can you sacrifice a breast for your life?
Doctor Francis Adelaide: I've seen a psych profile like this guy once before...it was my first year as a psych profiler...
(flashback montage plays)
Doctor Francis Adelaide: My wife was working for the FBI. We tracked this guy to a barn in the middle of the countryside. He had devised all these methods that forced young women to torture themselves in order to escape from traps. My wife shot him and he fell in a lake, they never found a body, but surely-
(montage ends as a cop runs into the room)
Cop: Doctor Adelaide, your wife has been kidnapped!
Doctor Francis Adelaide: Rubik!
Rubik: [as the puppet in the video] Wake up, Doctor Adelaide. You know how I play my games by now, but you've never seen this game before. Your wife is in her bra and panties on the other side of this one-way mirror. She can't see you, but you can see her. She's standing on a block of ice. In exactly one minute that block of ice will melt enough to leak onto an electrified grate that will turn her into a toasty marshmallow. The only way to save her is for you to open the door that leads to the passage beneath the grate. Then you have to pull three pins that will-
Doctor Francis Adelaide: Wait, I'm trying to write this down, pull three pins in the window to melt the ice and...ah, can I stop this tape and rewind it?
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